Nabe News: June 24

Posted on: June 24th, 2009 at 1:56 pm by

The results are in from last night’s Rent Guidelines Board meeting – 3% for one-year leases and 6% for two-year leases. As usual, neither tenants nor landlords are content [Gothamist]

…And Slum Goddess has pictures from the “circus” [Slum Goddess]

Grieve digs deep and finds that Community Board 3 did not approve a liquor license for East Village newcomer Superdive [EV Grieve]

Varvatos is further exploiting his Bowery address by selling bland “Bowery NYC” tees for $98 apiece [Racked]

Remember the old fountain in Washington Square Park? [Greenwich Village Daily Photo]

Q&A with Keith McNally – he says the future Bowery pizzeria is “already over budget and behind schedule and I’m at the stage where I’m pulling out my hair and wishing I weren’t doing it.” [Restaurant Girl via Grub St]

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